Dr. Edna Chun has been selected to be a member of the Advisory Board for The Department Chair. Written for academic administrators, this award-winning periodical published by Wiley features in-depth articles that deliver sound insight and proven strategies essential for successfully leading an academic department. A listing of Advisory Board members can be found at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1936-4393/homepage/ProductInformation.html.
A unique resource for chairs, deans, academic vice presidents, and other administrators, The Department Chair delivers practical information in every issue. Written by practitioners from their own experience, this newsletter is invaluable to anyone responsible for a department in any institution of higher education.
Dr. Chun was recently selected to be a member of the Leadership in Higher Education Conference Advisory Board sponsored by Magna Publications. She is a regular contributor to the Academic Leader newsletter.
Fund for Leadership, Equity, Access, and Diversity.
As a member of the LEAD Board of the American Association for Access, Equity, and Diversity, Dr. Chun has been selected as a contributor to research and scholarship in support of a 21st century diversity and inclusion strategy working in support of the American Association for Access, Equity, and Diversity.
Dr. Chun has been selected for the Board of Directors for this not-for-profit organization founded on Quaker values that allows individuals to remain part of a diverse and caring community, while maintaining independence, social relationships, and excellent healthcare.
Former Board Positions
ASHE (Association for the Study of Higher Education)
Dr. Chun served on the advisory board for the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) for two terms of three years. Members of the ASHE Advisory Board make recommendations to the ASHE board of directors and president on possible new publications and other publications-related issues. The advisory board also oversees the current publications program for the ASHE monograph series.